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About The Global Oncology Map

The Global Oncology (GO) Map is an interactive online tool and public resource for the global cancer community. Its purpose is to help visitors initiate partnerships, make informed decisions, and develop collaborations in cancer control.

What a user can do through The GO Map

Share cancer-related projects and events with the global oncology community

Search for people, projects, and events in a specific country or as related to a specific cancer type

Connect with people with similar interests

View epidemiological heat maps that show cancer burden by country

And more!

Global Oncology, Inc.

Global Oncology (GO) is a community of physicians, scientists, designers, engineers, public health experts, policy makers, nurses, lawyers, students, and other professionals working in teams to help people throughout the world who are treating cancer and its related pain.

GO projects are developed and run by highly-skilled volunteers and staff.  Current programs and projects are in the areas of advanced training, patient education, and technology development.  GO collaborates with international partners to improve cancer care, research, and education in resource-limited settings.

Our mission is to bring the best cancer care to under-served patients around the world. We collaborate across geographic, professional and academic borders to improve cancer care, research and education.


For more suggestions on how to get started using the Map, see the FAQ.

If you would like to contribute to the GO Map, or provide feedback to the management team, we can be reached at

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The GO Map was made possible through an initial alliance between the U.S. National Cancer Institute Center for Global Health and Global Oncology, Inc. The American Society for Clinical Oncology and Union for International Cancer Control also contributed scientific and programmatic input. The website was developed by the creative digital agency Vizzuality.